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In the final part, of our series to help you navigate your law school journey, law student, Bruna Paulino, gives you five top tips to help you survive the LPC (Legal Practice Course).
Surviving the LPC (Legal Practice Course)
You are a post grad and you can almost smell your solicitor status. Despite being an old hand at studying by now, it’s nice to have a refresher on some tips to help you through your course.
1. Study all topics for exam
Exam prep is a common theme throughout all the surviving law school tips, however for the LPC this is particularly important. We all make the mistake of trying to guess the most likely topics for an exam, we look at past papers, discuss with class mates and probe lectures. But, from exper
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